The Jaipur railway metro station is the sixth largest metro rail system in India. It is also accountable on top to run a three-story elevated road and metro line. BEML is given the contract to avail four coach trains in a quantity of 10. Due to the increased in traffic every day a lot more people prefer the metro train route. The first train begins from this metro station at 6:45 a.m. and the departure of the last train is at 9 p.m.
The entire routine of Jaipur railway metro station is maintained and administered by the Jaipur Metro Railway Corporation. It is structured to be built in two different faces one has been completed which is known as the Pink line station and the next phase (orange line) is estimated to be on floors on 2021. This station has two different routes.
Route 1 is the North-South corridor known as the Pink line. From this route, the metro starts from the Mansarovar station and ends up in Badi Chaupar. The distance of this route is 12.067 km and there around 11 intermediate metro stations which include 8 elevated and 3 underground stations.
Route 2 is an east-west corridor known by Orange line. In this route, the metro starts from the Sitapur station which is in an industrial area and end up at Ambabari. The distance of this route is approximately 23 kilometer and there are around 20 metro stations which include 15 elevated and five underground metro stations.
Sitapura industrial area, Pratap Nagar, Haldighati gate, Sanganer, Laxmi Nagar, Durgapura, Mahavir Nagar, Gopalpura, Devnagar, Tonk Phatak, Gandhinagar Mode, Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Narayan Singh circle, SMS Hospital, Ajmeri Gate, Government Hostel, Sindhi Camp, Subhash Nagar, Pani Pech and Ambabari is the route.